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10,000 ANOS DEPOIS ENTRE VENUS E MARTE

José Cid

 

Symphonic Prog

4.25 | 128 ratings

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Marquês_Prög
5 stars "10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte" is a concept album and deals with the destruction of the Earth from the usual (wars, pollution). A Man and a Woman escapes in a spaceship only to return to Earth some 10,000 years later to find the planet returned to her former beauty. A rare vinyl of this album values at least 1500 ? and this album is in the list of 100 better albuns of always of Progressive Rock.

1. O Ultimo Dia Terra - 5/5

2. O Caos - 5/5

3. Fuga Para O Espaco - 5/5

4. Mellotron O Planeta Fantastico - 5/5

5. 10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venu E Marte - 5/5

6. A Partir Do Zero - 4.5/5

7. Memos 4/5

Final Note: "10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte" is simply brilliant, excellent musically and lyricall and a special referency to the keyboards and the excellent dose of guitar solos that the band and José Cid execute. Highly Recommended! Pink Floyd and Camel ( Peter Bardens) fans will love it!

5+5+5+5+5+4.5+4 = 33,5

33,5 = 4,7

Essential: a masterpiece of progressive music

Curiosity: Unsurprisingly ( or not) , "10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte " was a big flop in Portugal, and it apparently hurt José Cid, so he went the more commercial Portuguese pop ( pimba ) route after that album.

Marquês_Prög | 5/5 |

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